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WPT ARCHIVES: 1970S

Target #606

  • Aired: 11/08/1979
  • 58:32
  • Rating: NR
State representative David Clarenbach proposes a bill that would make all consenting, private sexual acts between adults legal. The movement would overturn existing Wisconsin laws that prohibit oral and gay sex. Clarenbach and Reverend Valerie Borchard, a leader at a LGBT-friendly Milwaukee congregation, defend the act. Reverend Richard Pritchard and state representative John Merkt oppose.
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A panel discusses a proposed bill that would make all consenting, private sex acts legal
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